CREDIT CARDS IN THE U.S.
Approximately 520 million credit cards are in circulation. There are 261M Visa credit cards, 176M MasterCard cards, 56M Discover cards & 50.6M American Express.

Uber Really Wants You to Use Its Credit Card – Bloomberg – Bloomberg


Bloomberg

Uber Really Wants You to Use Its Credit Card – Bloomberg
Bloomberg
Earlier this month, Uber followed in the footsteps of hotels and airlines by introducing its own credit card. 1 The card is issued by Barclays and is targeted at millennials. It gives cardholders 4 percent cash back on restaurant purchases, 3 percent

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credit card – Google News

Posted by CCB - December 7, 2017 at 7:00 am

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Uber Really Wants You to Use Its Credit Card – Bloomberg – Bloomberg


Bloomberg

Uber Really Wants You to Use Its Credit Card – Bloomberg
Bloomberg
Earlier this month, Uber followed in the footsteps of hotels and airlines by introducing its own credit card. 1 The card is issued by Barclays and is targeted at millennials. It gives cardholders 4 percent cash back on restaurant purchases, 3 percent

and more »

credit card – Google News

Posted by CCB - December 6, 2017 at 6:10 pm

Categories: Credit Card News   Tags: Bloomberg, card, Credit, really, Uber, wants

Bank of America Faces Long Road to Credit-Card Revival – Bloomberg


Bloomberg

Bank of America Faces Long Road to CreditCard Revival
Bloomberg
When it comes to the super-competitive world of credit cards, Bank of America Corp. knows it's in a battle. But is it doing enough? Appearing at a financial services conference in New York on Tuesday, chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan acknowledged that

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How to Buy Better Gifts With Credit Card Rewards – NerdWallet (blog)

How to Buy Better Gifts With Credit Card Rewards
NerdWallet (blog)
Every year, credit expert John Ulzheimer cashes in his accrued credit card rewards points for $ 25 iTunes gift cards, which he gives to his nieces and nephews. “I get a stack of eight and use them for family members as their Christmas gift,” he says

credit card – Google News

Posted by CCB - December 5, 2017 at 7:00 am

Categories: Credit Card News   Tags: better, blog, card, Credit, Gifts, NerdWallet, rewards

How credit cards changed the way we spend – BBC News – BBC.com – BBC News


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How credit cards changed the way we spend – BBC News – BBC.com
BBC News
The clue is in the name: credit. It means belief, trust. If you're a shopkeeper, who do you trust to repay a debt? For most of history, only someone you knew personally, which was fine since most of the people you encountered would be from the same

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credit card – Google News

Posted by CCB - December 4, 2017 at 7:00 am

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Why It’s Good For Brands To Issue A Credit Card – Forbes


Forbes

Why It's Good For Brands To Issue A Credit Card
Forbes
During a recent earnings call, Starbucks announced the company is partnering with J.P. Morgan Chase and Visa to launch a co-branded credit card. According to Starbucks CEO, Kevin Johnson, the card is expected to launch later this year and will "[enable

credit card – Google News

Posted by CCB - December 3, 2017 at 7:00 am

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Why It’s Good For Brands To Issue A Credit Card – Forbes


Forbes

Why It's Good For Brands To Issue A Credit Card
Forbes
During a recent earnings call, Starbucks announced the company is partnering with J.P. Morgan Chase and Visa to launch a co-branded credit card. According to Starbucks CEO, Kevin Johnson, the card is expected to launch later this year and will "[enable

credit card – Google News

Posted by CCB - December 2, 2017 at 6:13 pm

Categories: Credit Card News   Tags: Brands, card, Credit, Forbes, Good., issue, it's

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